Loughborough residents living near the university are calling for action to stop anti-social behaviour by some students
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Loughborough University students 'causing misery'

Some residents are calling on Loughborough University to take action to stop anti-social behaviour by students.

They say that students streaking, screaming and using the street corners as toilets are just some of their concerns.

The university said it has disciplined more than 340 of its students in the past academic year, but not all of those cases were for noise and anti-social behaviour.

Victoria Hicks reports.

  • 11 Mar 2014